SALAH AND HIS AMERICAN by Leland Hall

SALAH AND HIS AMERICAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Salah, a young and husky Negro boy, out of work, attaches himself to an American visiting Morocco and cannot understand that their association is for a short time. The contrast of the dignity of slavery versus Salah's ignorance of and unhappiness in freedom, the picture of the changes and confusions civilization has brought to a people with deeply rooted customs are well done, tragic and amusing.

Pub Date: Feb. 19th, 1934
Publisher: Knopf